Canada's Atlantic Provinces Adventure Guide
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By Rogers, Barbara Radcliffe
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Covering Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick, Newfoundland, Southern Labrador and Cape Breton Island, this travel guide to the Atlantic Provinces is the most comprehensive on the market. It takes in everything, from the Fundy Coast and the Acadian Peninsula to the fjords of Gros Morne and Lord Baltimore's Lost Colony. Hiking, trout and salmon fishing, skiing, snowmobiling, cycling, kayaking, exploring, puffin spotting � discover all these adventures and more in a world of pristine waters, rugged slopes, breathtaking seascapes, sophisticated cities, historic towns and remote wilderness areas. The book also offers details on the local wildlife, including moose, caribou, bears, seals and whales. Complete restaurant and hotel information. Photos and maps. "In planning a trip to Nova Scotia (somewhere I have never been) I used this book extensively. We enjoy hiking, kayaking and general sight-seeing. This book not only provided information on outdoor activities but also on lodging, dining and driving as well as the history of the areas in Nova Scotia. It provides a wealth of information and made our stay much more enjoyable than if we just went there not knowing anything. We brought it along and it was a very important reference for us as we toured the province. I highly recommend it. After reading several travel books, this was the best one and the only one we took on our trip." — DM Dugan. "This book is excellent. What I particularly liked was that it mentioned small walks that can be taken in the areas that we visited, as well as archeological sites and wildlife viewing areas, all in my areas of interest." — Sheila Ferrari. "We love eastern Canada and have traveled there many times. There are parts described in this books that we have not seen and would love to see. " — R. Satelmajer